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: Open University

6.25 A Song of Sixpence. 6.50 Sharing a House. 7.15 Michelangelo: The Last Judgement. 7.40 Potsdam 4: The After-math. 8.5 Punjab to Britain: 3. 8.30 Art anti Environment.

: Sorry Mate, I Didn't See You

The first of seven programmes An Endangered Species?
MICK GRANT , GRAHAM BAILEY. IAN Oliver and TINT monaghan show how the young motorcyclist can survive in the traffic jungle. Featuring JON GLOVER
Film editor shelagii BRADY
Producer IAN WOOLF

Contributors

Unknown: Mick Grant
Unknown: Graham Bailey.
Unknown: Ian Oliver
Unknown: Jon Glover

: Get Set for Summer

Peter Powell and Mark Curry with the Summertime Saturday Show.

9.35 Undercover Elephant: Irate Pirates
Undercover Elephant flushes out some Irate Pirates. (Repeat)

9.40 Day-Tripper
Su Ingle goes bird-watching at Slimbridge.

9.45 TV Powww!
The all-action telephone video game.

9.50 Robinson Crusoe: Part 4
Starring Robert Hoffmann

10.15 Ten/Fifteen
Live music from Spandau Ballet, and hints on Frisbee throwing.

10.30 Newsround Sports Report
Paul McDowell and the Newsround team with one of the week's stories, people or issues.

10.40 VideoVote
With a verdict on the latest in-vision releases.

To check details of any holiday ideas shown ring the Get Set answer-phone today or tomorrow on [number removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Powell
Unknown: Mark Curry
Unknown: Su Ingle
Unknown: Robinson Crusoe
Unknown: Robert Hoffmann
Unknown: Paul McDowell
Director: David Langford
Producer: Tony Harrison
Executive Producer: David Brown

: Duel at Silver Creek

The film starring Audie Murphy
Faith Domergue, Stephen McNally Claim jumping and murder are rife in Silver City. Sheriff Light. ning Tyrone takes on The Silver Kid as his deputy to the horror of the townspeople who believe he is a killer and responsible for all the troubles. It takes a lot of shooting and riding and fighting for The Kid to prove otherwise.
Screenplay GERALD dbayson ADAMS. Joseph iioffman. Produced by LEONARD GOLDSTEIN Directed by DON SIEGEL. Films: page 13

Contributors

Unknown: Audie Murphy
Unknown: Stephen McNally
Produced By: Leonard Goldstein
Directed By: Don Siegel.
The Silver Kid: Audie Murphy
Opal Lacey: Faith Domergue
Lightning Tyrone: Stephen McNally
Dusty Fargo: Susan Cabot
Rod Lacey: Gerald Mohr
Johnny Sombrero: Eugene Iglesias
Tinhorn Burgess: Lee Marvin

: Weather

Anne Purvis

Contributors

Weather forecaster: Anne Purvis

: Grandstand

See panel including at 12.50* News Summary

: The Dukes of Hazzard

Those good ol' country boys whose main pleasure in life is beating the system and baiting the sheriff of Hazzard County where the good guys are outlaws and everybody's in-laws. starring with The Return of Hughie Hogg
Boss Hogg brings in his nephew, Hughie, in a last attempt to outwit the Dukes. Now Hughie is even meaner, nastier and more double-crossing than his uncle, who just happens to overlook this aspect of his nephew's nature.
Music specially composed and sung by WAYLON JENNINGS Written by WILLIAM RAYNOR and MYLES WILDER Directed by uollingswortu MORSE

Contributors

Unknown: Hughie Hogg
Unknown: Boss Hogg
Sung By: Waylon Jennings
Written By: William Raynor
Luke Duke: Tom Wopat
Bo Duke: John Schneider
Daisy: Catherine Bach
Uncle Jesse: Denver Pyle
Sheriff Rosco Coltrane: James Best
Boss Hogg: Sorrell Booke
Cooter: Ben Jones
Cletus: Rick Hurst

: News

with Michael Sullivan
Weatherman

Contributors

Newsreader: Michael Sullivan

: Saturday Film: The Great Waldo Pepper

starring Robert Redford with Bo Svenson, Susan Sarandon, Margot Kidder
Superstar Redford plays the dare-devil flyer Waldo Pepper whose ambition is to outdo the stunts of the legendary German ace Ernst Kessler. This exhilarating, spectacular film vividly evokes the fast-changing world of flying and air circuses in the 20s and includes some of the most breath-taking aerial stunts ever filmed.
Screenplay by William Goldman from a story by George Roy Hill Produced and directed by George Roy Hill. Films: page 13

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Redford
Unknown: Bo Svenson
Unknown: Susan Sarandon
Unknown: Margot Kidder
Unknown: Superstar Redford
Unknown: Waldo Pepper
Unknown: Ernst Kessler.
Unknown: William Goldman
Story By: George Roy
Directed By: George Roy Hill.
Waldo Pepper: Robert Redford
Alex Olsson: Bo Svenson
Ernst Kessler: Bo Brundin
Mary Beth: Susan Sarandon
Newton Potts: Geoffrey Lewis
Ezra Stiles: Edward Herrmann
Doc Dillhoefer: Philip Bruns
Werf el: Roderick Cook
Patsy KELLY: Jean Peters
Maude: Margot Kidder
Duke: Scott Newman
Ace • JAMES: S Appleby
Scooter: Patrick W Henderson Jr
Farmer: James Harrell
Farmer's wife: Elma Aicklen

: Eurovision Song Contest 1982

Live from the Harrogate Centre
Commentary by Terry Wogan
Introduced by Jan Leeming
Singing their country's entry are
Portugal: Doce
Luxemburg: Svetlana
Norway: Jahn Teigen and Anita Skorgan
Turkey: Neco
Finland: Kojo
Switzerland: Arlette Zola
Cyprus: Anna Vishy
Sweden: Chips
Austria: Mess
Belgium: Stella
Spain: Lucia
Denmark: Brixx
Yugoslavia: Aska
Israel: Avi Toledano
Netherlands: Bill van Dijk
Ireland: The Duskeys
Germany: Nicole
and for the United Kingdom: Bardo Sally-Ann Triplett, Steve Fischer
Musical direction and special arrangements Ronnie Hazlehurst
Sound Chris Holcombe
Lighting BERT OATEN
Designer GRAEME STORY
Production MICHAEL HURLL

Contributors

Commentary By: Terry Wogan
Introduced By: Jan Leeming

: * News and Sport

Michael Sullivan; Weatherman

Contributors

Newsreader: Michael Sullivan

: Match of the Day

Introduced by Jimmy Hill
John Motson and Alan Parry report on First and Second Division games in the north and south, Bob Wilson gathers the day's other news including the late-night pools check. Also tonight the April Goal of the Month competition.
Producers John Shrewsbury, John Watts
Series producer FRED VINER
Editor BOB ABRAHAMS

Contributors

Introduced By: Jimmy Hill
Introduced By: John Motson
Producer: Fred Viner
Editor: Bob Abrahams

: * Pearl

A spectacular three-part drama about the men and women stationed at Pearl Harbor during the momentous days which led to America's entry into World War II. starring
2: As her marriage to Colonel Forrest becomes even more unbearable, Midge finds consolation in the arms of her husband's handsome young driver. She and the other officers' wives find their existence threatened by army politics. Some take refuge in drink, another attempts suicide. Suddenly, on an early Sunday morning in December, Pearl Harbor is being bombed. The attack is devastating in its force and accuracy....
Written by STIRLING SILLIPHANT Produced by SAM MANNERS
Directed by HY averbick and ALEX SINGER (Repeal)

Contributors

Written By: Stirling Silliphant
Produced By: Sam Manners
Directed By: Hy Averbick
Midge Forrest: Angie Dickinson
Cal Lanford: Robert Wagner
Colonel Forrest: Dennis Weaver
Karel Lang: Lesley Ann Warren
Holly: Tuna Alexandra
Doug North: Gregg Henry
Sally: Katherine Helmond
Zylowski: Adam Arkin
Sgt Chain: Brian Dennehy
Sgt Walder: Max Gail
Shirley: Char Fontane
General's wife: Audra Lindley
Cmdr North: Richard Anderson
Mary North: Marion Ross
FBI agent: Allan Miller
Pte Finger: Christian Vance
Patricia North: Mary Frances Crosby
Cerruti: David Elliot
Lieutenant: Chip Licia

: * am Weather









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